Yes they are form over function but who cares. change to the white on tracks.. job donenearly there whos interested in however. What are they? ducati sport classic?
Triumph thundebird sport.... the rears a bit skinny, so if i can make it line up and fit ill get a 5.5 inch rim nailed on?..the rear is fine spindle size and the chain run is nearly there....front disc alignment loks a bit of a problem
Can't you use the triumph spindle and have the ends altered to suit your forks? Cheers SRR
Thats plan C......
plan B, get a spare r1 spindle and fit 20mm standard bearings which I have, then turn the spindle down from 22 to 20mm, the wall thickness of the spindle is 5mm so it will go down to 4mm. which is thick enough I reckon
Post by fatblokeonbandit on Dec 3, 2014 19:33:00 GMT
Right then crack on
fitted the bandit wheel to measure up the sprocket is 18mm from the swinger, stuck the triumph wheel in and it 14mm
right turn over sprocket and gain 2mm back and a 2mm spacer in the left and voila.. chain runs spot one, and the wheel looks spot on as well, result, Ill check the rim is central again with the tyre off and measure the front to back distance as well, but rear looks really easy peasy, just need a disc to get that sorted..